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Shorts & Cinéfondation ~ Cannes Film Festival

Shorts & Cinéfondation ~ Cannes Film Festival


Cannes Film Festival brings the best short and student films each year for viewing. This year is no different. The Jury will be watching and selecting four films from two selections, short films, and Cinéfondation.

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This year, the selection committee has viewed 4240 short films.
The 2019 Short Films Competition comprises 11 films (9 works of fictions, 1 documentary, and 1 animation), from Albania, Argentina, France, Finland, Greece, Israel, Ukraine, Sweden, and the USA.

The Van – Erenik Beqiri

Synopsis – The Van stops, the doors open, and Ben comes out alive. Another few fights and he will be able to leave Albania. He still hopes his father will leave with him.

Anna – Dekel Berenson

Synopsis – Living in war-torn Eastern Ukraine Anna is an aging single mother who is desperate for a change. Lured by a radio advertisement, she goes to party with a group of American men who are touring the country, searching for love.

The Jump Documentary – Vanessa Dumont and Nicholas Davenel

The Distance Between Us and The Sky – Vasilis Keatos

Synopsis – Two strangers meet for the first time at an old gas station. One has stopped to gas up his bike, while the other is just stranded.

All Inclusive – Teemu Nikki

Ingen Lyssnar -Elin Övergaard
Synopsis – The new refugee home for children is being discussed at a public council meeting. Two people standing on opposite sides try to get heard.

And Then The Bear – Agnès Patron

Parparim (Butterflies) – Yona Rozenkier

Monstruo Dios (Mother God) – Agustina San Martin

White Echo – Chloë Sevigny

Synopsis – Five women in their thirties examine their own power in life.

La Siesta (The Nap) – Federico Luis Tachella

Synopsis – A girl wraps her grandmother in a spiral of fantasy that ends up causing amnesia.

Cinéfondation Films Cannes Film Festival

Cinéfondation selection chose 17 films (14 live-action and 3 animated films), from among the 2,000 submitted by schools all over the world. 

Ambience – Wisam A L Jafari

Synopsis: Two young people try to record music inside the camp for a competition. If they succeed, they have the chance to make a music album.

Mano A Mano – Louise Courvoisier

One Hundred and Twenty-eight Thousand – Ondřej Erban

Synopsis – Today, almost one in ten Czechs over the age of 15 face bankruptcy and distraint, and many more fall into the debt trap every day, often without any way out. Karel, however, stands on the other side – his job is to collect debts.

Jeremiah – Kenya Gillespie

Synopsis – A closeted Asian-American high school football player tries to come out to his best friend, but a strange and haunting masked figure stands in his way.

Pura Vida – Martin Gonda

Synopsis – Financial crisis enters the households of a provincial town and people start to lose their jobs. Two adolescent brothers rebel against their father, a factory foreman, who becomes a scapegoat for the frustrated community.

Adam – Shoki Lin

Netek – Yarden Lipshitz

Synopsis – Lidor is a 15 years old girl who lives with her unemployed father Oded. When the electricity in their house shuts down, she must find a way to bring it back.

Solar Plexus – David McShane

Synopsis – Noah battles to overcome his grief following the death of his mother.

Rosso: A True Lie About A Fisherman – Antonio Messana

Synopsis – Clemente is an old Sicilian fisherman who goes on working in spite of his late age. His life is disrupted the day he finds a young refugee’s dead body stuck in the fishnets.

As Up To Now – Katalin Moldovai

Synopsis – Clemente is an old Sicilian fisherman who goes on working in spite of his late age. His life is disrupted the day he finds a young refugee’s dead body stuck in the fishnets.

Favourites – Martin Monk

Synopsis – After falling out with her mother, young Sofia hitchhikes southwards in search of the father she never had.

Roadkill – Leszek Mozga

Synopsis – A stop-motion puppet animated thriller. One alpha male deer goes for an evening car ride and has an unfortunate car accident.

The Little Soul – Barbara Rupik

Synopsis – A dead body gets stuck on the riverbank. Its decaying internal organs still hide a human’s soul. The rotting guts separate and a tiny being crawls out. It sets off on a journey through a post-mortem world.

Hiếu – Richard Van

Synopsis – A Vietnamese-American household receives a surprise visit from a long-lost patriarch after he fails at a get-rich-quick scheme.

Bamboe – Flo Van Deuren

Complex Subject – Olesya Yakovleva

Alien – Yeon Jegwang

Jury Cannes Film Festival

French filmmaker and screenwriter Claire Denis is to lead the Short Films and Cinéfondation Jury this year. She will present three awards for Cinefondation to 17 student films and the Short Film Palme d’or. The jury members are all talented film actresses, actors, directors, and screenwriters.

President
Claire DENIS

Director & screenwriter France – She is a provocative filmmaker. This has made her one of the leading figures in world cinema.

Stacy MARTIN

Actress France – United Kingdom

Eran KOLIRIN

Director & screenwriter – Israel

Panos H. KOUTRAS

Director & screenwriter – Greece

Cătălin MITULESCU

Director, screenwriter & producer – Romania

This is expected to be a great selection of films and art at the Cannes Film Festival. Stay tuned here for all thins Cannes Film Festival.

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This year, the selection committee has viewed 4240 short films.
The 2019 Short Films Competition comprises 11 films (9 works of fictions, 1 documentary, and 1 animation), from Albania, Argentina, France, Finland, Greece, Israel, Ukraine, Sweden, and USA.

The Van – Erenik Beqiri

Synopsis – The Van stops, the doors open, and Ben comes out alive. Another few fights and he will be able to leave Albania. He still hopes his father will leave with him.

Anna – Dekel Berenson

Synopsis – Living in war-torn Eastern Ukraine Anna is an aging single mother who is desperate for a change. Lured by a radio advertisement, she goes to party with a group of American men who are touring the country, searching for love.

The Jump Documentary – Vanessa Dumont and Nicholas Davenel

The Distance Between Us and The Sky – Vasilis Keatos

Synopsis – Two strangers meet for the first time at an old gas station. One has stopped to gas up his bike, while the other is just stranded.

All Inclusive – Teemu Nikki

Ingen Lyssnar -Elin Övergaard
Synopsis – The new refugee home for children is being discussed at a public council meeting. Two people standing on opposite sides try to get heard.

And Then The Bear – Agnès Patron

Parparim (Butterflies) – Yona Rozenkier

Monstruo Dios (Mother God) – Agustina San Martin

White Echo – Chloë Sevigny

Synopsis – Five women in their thirties examine their own power in life.

La Siesta (The Nap) – Federico Luis Tachella

Synopsis – A girl wraps her grandmother in a spiral of fantasy that ends up causing amnesia.

Cinéfondation Films

Cinéfondation selection chose 17 films (14 live-action and 3 animated films), from among the 2,000 submitted by schools all over the world. 

Ambience – Wisam A L Jafari

Synopsis: Two young people try to record music inside the camp for a competition. If they succeed, they have the chance to make a music album.

Mano A Mano – Louise Courvoisier

One Hundred and Twenty-eight Thousand – Ondřej Erban

Synopsis – Today, almost one in ten Czechs over the age of 15 face bankruptcy and distraint, and many more fall into the debt trap every day, often without any way out. Karel, however, stands on the other side – his job is to collect debts.

Jeremiah – Kenya Gillespie

Synopsis – A closeted Asian-American high school football player tries to come out to his best friend, but a strange and haunting masked figure stands in his way.

Pura Vida – Martin Gonda

Synopsis – Financial crisis enters the households of a provincial town and people start to lose their jobs. Two adolescent brothers rebel against their father, a factory foreman, who becomes a scapegoat for the frustrated community.

Adam – Shoki Lin

Netek – Yarden Lipshitz

Synopsis – Lidor is a 15 years old girl who lives with her unemployed father Oded. when the electricity in their house shuts down, she must find a way to bring it back.

Solar Plexus – David McShane

Synopsis – Noah battles to overcome his grief following the death of his mother.

Rosso: A True Lie About A Fisherman – Antonio Messana

Synopsis – Clemente is an old Sicilian fisherman who goes on working in spite of his late age. His life is disrupted the day he finds a young refugee’s dead body stuck in the fishnets.

As Up To Now – Katalin Moldovai

Synopsis – Clemente is an old sicilian fisherman who goes on working in spite of his late age. His life is disrupted the day he finds a young refugee’s dead body stuck in the fishnets.

Favourites – Martin Monk

Synopsis – After falling out with her mother, young Sofia hitchhikes southwards in search of the father she never had.

Roadkill – Leszek Mozga

Synopsis – A stop-motion puppet animated thriller. One alpha male deer goes for an evening car ride and has an unfortunate car accident.

The Little Soul – Barbara Rupik

Synopsis – A dead body gets stuck on the riverbank. Its decaying internal organs still hide a human’s soul. The rotting guts separate and a tiny being crawls out. It sets off on a journey through a post-mortem world.

Hiếu – Richard Van

Synopsis – A Vietnamese-American household receives a surprise visit from a long-lost patriarch after he fails at a get-rich-quick scheme.

Bamboe – Flo Van Deuren

Complex Subject – Olesya Yakovleva

Alien – Yeon Jegwang

Jury

French filmmaker and screenwriter Claire Denis is to lead the Short Films and Cinéfondation Jury this year. She will present three awards for Cinefondation to 17 student films and the Short Film Palme d’or. The jury members are all talented film actresses, actors, directors, and screenwriters.

President
Claire DENIS

Director & screenwriter France – She is a provocative filmmaker. This has made her one of the leading figures in world cinema.

Stacy MARTIN

Actress France – United Kingdom

Eran KOLIRIN

Director & screenwriter – Israel

Panos H. KOUTRAS

Director & screenwriter – Greece

Cătălin MITULESCU

Director, screenwriter & producer – Romania

This is expected to be a great selection of films and art. Stay tuned here for all thins Cannes Film Festival.

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Laura Ricciardi & Moira Demos ~ “Making Of A Murderer”

Laura Ricciardi & Moira Demos ~ “Making Of A Murderer”

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Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos Emmy’s Creative Arts 2016

Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos joins us on the red carpet at the Emmy® Creative Arts Awards. The duo took the evening by storm with their documentary Making of a Murderer on Netflix.

This 10-hour series took 10 years from a conception during film school to airing on Netflix. The story needs time to be told correctly and accurately. The couple moved from New York to Wisconsin for two years. This provided a time for them to research, gain trust about telling the story, and immerse in the story.

They took the story from criminal justice, a victim point of view, to the criminal point of view. The ability for the subjects to trust the duo to share their story accurately made the documentary successful. This documentary is a social justice story instead of criminal justice.

They share the documentary providing a voice, engagement, and conversation that is global. There is an online petition sent to President Obama requesting Steven Avery be exonerated.

They discuss that the documentary is not to solve the crime but to tell the story of Steve Avery, his family, and the community. They said, “we welcome anyone to research the story. It is all public record.”

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Ricciardi states, “It took some time to get through the noise after the series aired, we are focused on the goal.” They will be returning with season two. The story continues to have questions.

Demos states, “The story continues to evolve. We continue to follow the events taking place. It is not over.” They are working on a project from HuffPost article, America’s Most Admired Lawbreaker.

Ricciardi and Demos work together on filming, concept, production, editing, and a partnership to air the series. The team has grown and they are deeply grateful for them.

The success each day they said, “came from the story and the focus to tell the facts.” Ricciardi states, “The lesson best learned is that we need to have more empathy and dignity towards each other.”

Making of A Murderer awarded the 4 Emmys® at The Creative Arts for Outstanding Picture Editing For Nonfiction Programming, Outstanding Directing For Nonfiction Programming, Outstanding Writing for Nonfiction Programming, Outstanding Writing for Nonfiction Programming, and Outstanding Documentary Or Nonfiction Series.

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Cannes Film Festival 70 Years & Counting

Cannes Film Festival 70 Years & Counting

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Cannes Film Festival 2017 ends with just as much grandeur as the last 70 years. The thousands of films, masterclasses, and fashion on the red carpet represents the best in film and arts.

The juries enjoyed film after film. The jury members include:

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Feature Films Jury

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The Jury and the winners of Un Certain Regard 2017© Christophe Bouillon – FDC Cannes Film Festival

Un Certain Regard

  • Uma Thurman 
  • Mohamed Diab
  • Reda Kateb 
  • Joachim Lafosse 
  • Karel Och 

The winners of the 2017 Cinéfondation © Mathilde Petit - FDC Cannes Film Festival 4Chion Lifestyle
The winners of the 2017 Cinéfondation © Mathilde Petit – FDC Cannes Film Festival

Cinéfondation

  • Cristian Mungiu
  • Clotilde Hesme
  • Athina Rachel Tsangari
  • Barry Jenkins
  • Eric Khoo

The closing ceremonies ended the festival with honoring the top films with a presentation. Nicole Kidman in regards to her honor, states (video from Nashville Tennessee) “I feel blessed to be able to work in this profession. The 70th celebration was incredible; it was the celebration of cinema and stories.” This season Cannes Film Festival continues to draw positive attention to the top world-class film festival. Looking forward to 70 more years at Cannes.

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Feature Films

PALME D’OR
THE SQUARE by Ruben ÖSTLUND

70th Anniversary Award
Nicole KIDMAN

GRAND PRIX
120 BATTEMENTS PAR MINUTE (BPM – Beats Per Minute)
by Robin CAMPILLO

BEST DIRECTOR
Sofia COPPOLA for THE BEGUILED

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR
Joaquin PHOENIX in YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE by Lynne RAMSAY

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS
Diane KRUGER in AUS DEM NICHTS (In The Fade) by Fatih AKIN

JURY PRIZE
NELYUBOV (Loveless) by Andrey ZVYAGINTSEV

BEST SCREENPLAY EX-ÆQUO
Yorgos LANTHIMOS and Efthimis FILIPPOU
for THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER
Lynne RAMSAY
for YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE

SHORT FILMS

PALME D’OR
XIAO CHENG ER YUE (A Gentle Night) by QIU Yang

MENTION DISTINCTION BY THE JURY
KATTO (The Ceiling) by Teppo AIRAKSINEN
CAMÉRA D’OR

UN CERTAIN REGARD” PRIZE
LERD (UN HOMME INTÈGRE – A MAN OF INTEGRITY)
by Mohammad Rasoulof

PRIZE FOR BEST ACTRESS
JASMINE TRINCA for FORTUNATA by Sergio Castellitto

PRIZE FOR THE BEST POETIC NARRATIVE
BARBARA de Mathieu Amalric

PRIZE FOR BEST DIRECTION
Taylor Sheridan for WIND RIVER

JURY PRIZE
LAS HIJAS DE ABRIL (APRIL’S DAUGHTER) by Michel Franco

JEUNE FEMME (Montparnasse Bienvenüe) by Léonor SERRAILLE
presented at UN CERTAIN REGARD
The CST Jury awarded the VULCAIN PRIZE FOR ARTIST-TECHNICIAN to Josefin ASBERG
The Cinéfondation and Short Films

First Prize
PAUL EST LÀ (Paul Is Here )
directed by Valentina MAUREL
INSAS, Belgium

Second Prize
HEYVAN (AniMal )
directed by Bahram & Bahman ARK
Iranian National School of Cinema, Iran
Third Prize
DEUX ÉGARÉS SONT MORTS (Two Youths Died)
directed by Tommaso USBERTI
La Fémis, France
Awards
€15,000 grant for the First Prize, €11,250 for the Second and €7,500 for the Third.
The winner of the First Prize is also guaranteed the presentation of his/her first feature film at the Festival de Cannes.

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The awarded films will be screen at Cinéma du Panthéon on May 30th at 7 p.m.
All the films of the Cinéfondation selection will screen at the Cinémathèque Française on May 31st & June 1st.

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